Raon is a Korean word that means "happy or joyful." Let's have fun with Hangul through three-game methods and Hangul tiles!
- Component: Paper Raon Game
- Size: 210 x 210 x 60 mm
How to Play
Combining many words!
1. After mixing the tiles, divide 11 consonant tiles and 9 vowel tiles. Make as many words as possible with your tiles until you run out of sand on the hourglass.
2. Words can also be created by connecting them horizontally and vertically. The higher the number of letters, the higher the score.
3. After the time limit, calculate the score of the word you made. The higher the number of letters, the higher the score of the word. (1 letter = 1points, 2 letters = 3points, 3 letters = 6points, 4 letters = 10points) If you used all 20 tiles, you will get an additional 10 points. The person with the highest score wins!
Shout out the highest number first!
1. You have to look at the tiles on the floor only with your eyes and make words using as many tiles as possible.
2. Put 14 consonants and 10 vowels on the floor. Make words on your head by looking at the tiles and shout out the number of consonants and vowels written on the word you think of!
3. When the hourglass is over, take the tile from the person who shouted the highest number and make a word. If a word is not made, the next person who shouts the highest number makes a word out of tiles. if you succeed in making a word, bring all tiles you used and fill the floor with new tiles to continue the game. The person who gets 25 tiles first wins!
Find the initial consonants that fit the theme!
1. Each person takes 11 consonant tiles without looking at them. One person presents a topic. The topic can be food, season, school, drama, etc.
2. When the topic is presented, turn the hourglass upside down and look at the magnetic consonant tiles. If you find the right word in your consonant tile and shout it out, you can throw away the initial consonant used in the word. At this time, you can throw away only the first initial consonant of the word you shouted. You get 1 point for each tile you threw away! The person who gets the highest score by playing five rounds wins.